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Captain Howdy

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  • Birthday 01/20/1971

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    Rock/metal obviously,motorbikes,formula 1,movies,books,computers & wrestling!

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    Motley Crue + Poison

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  1. http://metalsludge.tv/rip-bob-kulick-dead-at-70/ RIP … Bob Kulick dead at 70 8 hours ago • Posted under: News by Metal Sludge Tags: Blabbermouth, Bob Kulick, Bruce Kulick, KISS, Metal Sludge Facebook Twitter *As reported by Blabbermouth, Bob Kulick has passed away. Blabbermouth — Legendary guitarist and record producer Bob Kulick has died at the age of 70. His passing was confirmed by his brother, former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick. Earlier today, Bruce wrote on social media: “I am heartbroken to have to share the news of the passing of my brother Bob Kulick. His love of music, and his talent as a musician and producer should always be celebrated. I know he is at peace now, with my parents, playing his guitar as loud as possible. Please respect the Kulick Family’s privacy during this very sad time.” Throughout his 40-plus-year music career, Bob Kulick has worked with an astonishing array of artists: from Meat Loaf to MOTÖRHEAD; from KISS to Michael Bolton; W.A.S.P. to Diana Ross; as well as legends such as Roger Daltrey, Alice Cooper, Lou Reed and Paul Stanley‘s first solo LP and tour. Bob began his musical profession at 16 — when most high schoolers are still trying to figure out where they’re going in life — appearing on the 1966 album “Winchester Cathedral” from the RANDOM BLUES BAND, the “baby band” that Bob played in that played The Café Wha in New York’s Greenwich Village alongside Jimmy James and the BLUE FLAMES (later rechristened Jimi Hendrix). Read the full story at Blabbermouth
  2. sounds like a totally different band
  3. Kuarantine is Chris Jericho of Fozzy, Kent Slucher of Luke Bryan Band, Joe McGinness of Klassik 78, and PJ Farley of Trixter.
  4. Nope, I dont hear any hooks. Simple as that. Not a matter of whether I like them or not, not one single song hooked me thus in my opinion they lack hooks. Why is it that people on here love telling other people they are wrong when they are not a fan of something they are? I don't get it.
  5. I remember seeing this back in the day (I think it was on the VHS tape that was a companion to the Protect the innocent compilation) and was the song that introduced me to the band. I still wonder if there was ever a video done for All the days, as that song is for me one of the catchiest songs of that era and sure it was released as a single (Chris Jericho even used an instrumental version of it in his debut for WCW back in the late 90s). On a side note, always made me laugh that all the way through the video John McCoy is playing bass, but when it comes to the solo he is playing the lead guitar. Kinda makes you wonder how much guitar Mac Baker actually contributed to the album.
  6. I, Napoleon I would certainly agree on, but one band/album I always regret buying and should never have been released was The Suicide Twins - Silver Missiles and Nightengales. I was expecting something Hanoi Rocks-esque, and got a big bag of unlistenable crap.
  7. Not an amazing album by any means, but I like Soul Kitchen.
  8. I will out and out say this, I have tried to listen to the first two albums multiple times, and each time I come away with the same attitude .. competent enough songs, but absolutely nothing that hooks me. I didn't actually get them until after Kenny had left and Erik was announched, but before ATN came out. I only picked them up because people were praising them like they were gods gift to rock music and I listened to them and just went, well that was kinda meh. Then the ATN came out and I was blown away (I gave them a try as I loved Eriks solo stuff which I ordered at the same time as those two albums)., and that just made me care even less for those first two albums. I really don't care if people wanna throw out comical insults towards people who don't like them, or if people cannot understand why others don't like they them, for me they are just overrated and pretty run of the mill. But don't worry, they are not the only AOR albums that get lots of hype that I could not give two shits about either. This is why I am so blow away by One Desire. I heard zero hype around them and pretty much went in blind, but fuck me the hooks on this album are there 1000 fold.
  9. My guess would be that the label/band had planned to release the album, and used this as a typical pre album single release, but then when the album fell through, that was all we got.
  10. The biggest problem with WWIII was nothing to do with whether they did not deserve to be signed or not, as soon as you had two Dio guys in the band, they were gonna get signed on that alone, merit or not. It would not even surprise me if the label signed them without even hearing them.
  11. Ditto, but it was the double header of that and followed my the mouth slice .. winced back then and winced again now.
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